Diana Marua Bahati lands major deal as Indomie Brand Ambassador

Diana Marua Bahati

Gospel musician Bahati’s wife Diana Marua has been very successful in 2020 by landing a major deal with a big noodles brand in Kenya.

On Tuesday, the wife and mother shared the big news of being appointed as Indomie Brand Ambassador.

Indomie,  an instant noodles brand, just unveiled a new flavour called Supa Mojo. The other flavours are beef and chicken.

“2020 you have been good! I’m officially the new Indomie brand ambassador! Another deal, another bank account. Thank you God,” she said through social media.

Diana has been hosting and interviewing celebrities through her YouTube show dubbed Cook and Reveal with Diana Bahati.

In the show, she has been cooking different Indomie recipes while sharing her own personal life experiences as well as those of her guests.

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People came out to congratulate her on the new deal and her husband was not left behind.

“Help me congratulate my wife Diana Marua as she bags another Ambassadorial Deal as the new Indomie Kenya Brand Ambassador. To God be the glory,” Bahati shared through his social media handles.

“Nitumie Indomie mum,” Akothee said.

“Congratulations Beautiful, ” Milly wa Jesus said.

Diana’s YouTube channel has grown over the months, garnering 126, 000 subscribers and getting an average of 100, 000 views per video.

With over 40 videos, the channel is growing day by day.

Through this platform, Diana has embarked in sharing personal details while promoting the Indomie Brand.

READ ALSO: I almost committed suicide, says Diana Marua Bahati

Although she’s very successful now, Diana reveals life was not so easy when she was younger.

In one of the cook and reveal sessions, Diana recounted how she almost committed suicide when she was 20 years old.

Her mother had just passed away and her father later lost his job.

To make matters worse, they were kicked out of their houses and their belongings thrown outside.

Her education at KCA was cut short, one of her sisters had run away from home and the other was still studying in Moi girls.

In the midst of all these challenges, Diana made the decision to end her life.

However, along the way she changed her mind and lived to see another day.

 

 

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